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Rech (The Speech), newspaper

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RECH (The Speech), daily newspaper on politics, economics and literature, operated as the central organ of the Constitutional Democratic Party (the Cadets). The paper appeared from February of 1906. The newspaper's editorial board, central office, dispatch room and printing house were located at 21 Zhukovsky Street. Y. B. Bak, N. K. Milyukov, V. D. Nabokov, I. I. Petrunkevich edited the newspaper at different periods. However its de facto editors were I. V. Hessen and P. N. Milyukov (also being the main author of political editorials). А. N. Benois, S. А. Vengerov, V. I. Vernadsky, I. M. Grevs, A. S. Izgoev, N. I. Kareev, S. F. Oldenburg, Pavel Struve, S. L. Frank, А. А. Shakhmatov, Т. L. Shchepkina-Kupernik along with scientists, politicians and cultural workers contributed for the newspaper. The Rech published the chronicle of the metropolitan, provincial and international life, analytical materials, covered cultural events. The paper also issued a number of supplements, the Illyustrirovannaya nedelya journal (1906), synopsis Gosudarstvennaya Duma, (1906-08), Yezhegodnik Gazety Rech (1912-16). In October of 1917 the Rech was closed by the Bolsheviks, and until August of 1918 appeared under the names Nasha Rech, Svobodnaya rech, Vek, Novaya rech, Nash vek.

D. N. Cherdakov.

Bak Yulian Borisovich
Frank Semen Lyudvigovich
Grevs Ivan Mikhailovich
Hessen Iosif Vladimirovich
Izgoev Alexander Solomonovich
Kareev Nikolay Ivanovich
Milyukov N.K.
Milyukov Pavel Nikolaevich
Nabokov Vladimir Dmitrievich
Oldenburg Sergey Fedorovich
Petrunkevich Ivan Ilyich
Shakhmatov Alexey Alexandrovich
Shchepkina-Kupernik Tatyana Lvovna
Struve Peter Berngardovich
Vengerov Semen Afanasievich
Vernadsky Vladimir Ivanovich

Zhukovskogo Street/Saint Petersburg, city, house 21

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